Sunday, October 28, 2012

Moston Festival of Film with A Small Cinema - 29th and 31st October


We were really proud to be partake in the Moston Festival of Film which is a completely new, built from scratch, cinema that has slowly transformed over the past six months from a burnt-out and disused section of the the Moston Miners Welfare Club  into a multi functional arts space by our friend Sam Meech and a trusty crew of committed volunteers (including a couple of small efforts by Chris) from the very welcoming community surrounding the venue.





The project has an inherant legacy and sustainability and we greatly enjoyed our dates on Monday 29th and special Halloween session on Wednesday 31st which was followed by screenings of 'Monster House' and 'The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue'.
We are looking forward to many future visits to come. Congratulations again to Sam and the team for building this so successfully, a truly remarkable achievement - we salute you!

Check this link to re:dock's photos from the Monday workshop here and the results of the monday session on vimeo:.
Unravel Film at the Miners Cinema from Small Cinema on Vimeo.

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